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OSHA has become a household name for victims of workplace fatalities, but there appears to be a completely incorrect understanding of OSHA’s role following a workplace fatality. Simply put, OSHA is unconcerned about your lawsuit. That probably sounds harsh at first. After all, OSHA is the go-to guy for everything work-related, aren’t they? Why would they be unconcerned about a workplace injury lawsuit? This is a simple question to answer without sounding cynical. OSHA is unconcerned because it is not their job to be concerned. Most Organizations Don’t Care, Yet no one is Surprised Nobody is surprised that the fire department is unconcerned about your ability to sue for a workplace injury. Nobody is surprised that the paramedics and the[…]

What does a Texas Workplace Injury Attorney Do? Workplace Injury Attorneys understand the stress and trauma that can result from workplace accidents. If you have been injured in an industrial plant accident, natural gas drilling accident, offshore accident, or oil drilling accident, a Texas workplace injury attorney from our team could help defend you. Many workers are unaware of their rights and they do not realize they could be entitled to compensation for their medical bills and pain and suffering. Workplace Accidents Every year, almost 250,000 people are injured in workplace accidents. These are often the result of carelessness on the part of their employer and can lead to life-altering injuries and disabilities. If you have been injured in an[…]